First Monday is a Republican Forum allowing members of the club to become acquainted with and participate in discussions with elected officials, candidates and party leaders.
Although the emphasis of the monthly meetings is to feature political speakers, First Monday frequently features individuals who discuss issues that will impact each of us.
First Monday is a Republican forum. We are open to any persons interested in learning more about the political process.
For guests who would like to be added to our list.
Please mark your calendar for our August 2nd meeting. We are pleased to host our Sheriff Hobart Lewis as our speaker. Come and hear what is happening in Greenville County.
The Club is clean, and we will practice safe distancing like we did for our earlier meetings. Please consider inviting a friend to our meeting and make sure they make a reservation.
Stay Safe Friends... NOTE: the registration link will open one week before the meeting.
Remember our meeting begins at 12:00 and we're done by 1:00pm. Plan to come and bring a friend. If you need to cancel a reservation or add a guest please click Register Now and make your changes online by July 29, 2021 by 12:00 noon. After the close date you are responsible for payment.
First Monday meets at the Poinsett Club located on East Washington Street in historic downtown Greenville.Register Now
Scott Case - Greenville Co. Auditor spoke on property tax reassessment at our meeting June. He explained how property tax bills are calculated and how tax neutrality works in a reassessment year.
SC Superintendent of Education - the Honorable Molly Spearman was our speaker in May, Her topic focused on the consolidation of school districts, educational priorities and excellence in our schools throughout the state. First Monday was also pleased to welcome Gov. Henry McMaster who awarded our very own Paul Wickensimer, GC Clerk of Court, the Order of the Palmetto - SC highest honor for service to the state.
Republican SC State Party Chairman Drew McKissick was our speaker in April - his topic focused on the DC's laundry list of left-wing priorities. Including a $1.9 trillion spending bill without one GOP vote and the democrat plan to change the way elections are run statewide.